Monthly Archives: January 2015

PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: There is NO ‘Fairness’ Under Natural Law


Now that I have addressed the principles of Natural Law as they relate to money, I think we need to address the notion of ‘fairness.’  In general, whenever we hear someone talking about ‘fairness,’ we can assume they probably mean they want to violate Natural Law.  This is because there is no such thing as ‘fairness’ under Natural Law.  Please do not misunderstand; justice is the primary focus of Natural Law, but justice has nothing to do with ‘fairness.’  Justice is objective.  It is the same for all without respect to the person or their status in society.  But ‘fairness’ is subjective and means something different to each of us.  I propose to illustrate my point by incorporating something else we frequently hear when ‘fairness’ is being discussed: the redistribution of wealth.  In this way, I think we can tackle two issues with one post.

Wealth is not money.  Wealth…

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Mark Of The Beast Is Gaining Ground: Office Puts RFID Chips Under Staff’s Skin: World News 1/30/2014 (Video)

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Want to gain entry to your office, get on a bus, or perhaps buy a sandwich? We’re all getting used to swiping a card to do all these things. But at Epicenter, a new hi-tech office block in Sweden, they are trying a different approach – a chip under the skin.

Felicio de Costa, whose company is one of the tenants, arrives at the front door and holds his hand against it to gain entry. Inside he does the same thing to get into the office space he rents, and he can also wave his hand to operate the photocopier.

That’s all because he has a tiny RFID (radio-frequency identification) chip, about the size of a grain of rice, implanted in his hand. Soon, others among the 700 people expected to occupy the complex will also be offered the chance to be chipped. Along with access to doors and photocopiers…

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#IbnAl-Haytham: The #Muslim Scientist Who Birthed the #ScientificMethod!

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Ibn al-Haytham: The Muslim Scientist Who Birthed the Scientific Method ~  Ross Pomeroy RealClearScience 2014.

If asked who gave birth to the modern scientific method, how might you respond? Isaac Newton, maybe? Galileo? Aristotle?

A great many students of science history would probably respond, “Roger Bacon.” An English scholar and friar, and a 13th century pioneer in the field of optics, he described, in exquisite detail, a repeating cycle of observation, hypothesis, and experimentation in his writings, as well as the need for independent verification of his work.

But dig a little deeper into the past, and you’ll unearth something that may surprise you: The origins of the scientific method hearken back to the Islamic World, not the Western one. Around 250 years before Roger Bacon expounded on the need for experimental confirmation of his findings, an Arab scientist named Ibn al-Haytham was saying the exact same…

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Wake Up, the Soldier of Ukraine!

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This is a video with a very poignant new song by the band called “Alexander Matrosov,” entitled: “To the Soldier of Ukraine.”

The video shows the truth of the new ‘order’ in Ukraine, imposed by Kiev and the West. It is powerful, at times very disturbing, and must be seen to know the truth. I thought it was so important that I decided to translate the whole thing.

Lyrics – English translation:


Remember, the soldier of Ukraine,

you swore to protect your people?

Why do you turn Donbass into ruins,

why do you keep shooting at children?


You kill,

You are killed.

What for?

You don’t understand,

but bullets keep flying.

This war is bad for everyone.


Those who get filthy rich on war.

They will create any deception,

for them your life means nothing.

In the quiet of their offices,

in stylish designer suits,

they enjoy…

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The Oil for Your Lamp

Words and phrases describe or trigger thoughts and beliefs in our minds.  Thoughts, beliefs, conceptualizations from our knowledge based in education, learning and experiences.  Words trigger all kinds of good or bad responses and feelings.  For example, one could use the phrase a “polar wind” instead of a “north wind.”  A “north wind” brings to mind “chilly” or “cold” weather requiring a windbreaker or “hoodie”.  However a “polar wind” brings images of snow, ice, freezing temperatures that require a parka with boots and gloves.

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Manitoba is one of the worst places for First Nations to live in Canada

Time to start holding the PTW accountable under UN DECLARATION on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples; in peace


A home on the Wasagamack First Nation, about 600 km north of Winnipeg in northern Manitoba. (Karen Pauls/CBC) A home on the Wasagamack First Nation, about 600 km north of Winnipeg in northern Manitoba. (Karen Pauls/CBC)

The Canadian Press

Internal federal government documents show Manitoba is one of the worst places for First Nations to live in Canada.

The regional updates obtained by The Canadian Press through Access to Information legislation show well over half of First Nations children in Manitoba grow up in poverty and have the lowest graduation rate in the country.

First Nations in Manitoba also have the highest social assistance rates and the second-highest percentage of people living in dilapidated housing.

One update, from July 2014, says quality of life on Manitoba First Nations ranks the lowest in Canada, according to the UN Human Development Index.

Chief David McDougall, from the remote St. Theresa Point First Nation in northern Manitoba, says the federal government is turning a blind eye to the shocking living conditions…

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